I know im posting this in the wrong section but i cant post in Off-Topic.
I have a suggestion for the app interface, dont know if this is possible or if it would consume too much ram or something else prevented this from already being added but i tought having this would be a nice addition.
Search 1,buttons only affect searches from currently selected search tab.
This is the situation: i would like to find a particular value that is encrypted.
There is actually no way to find out the encryption method.
8 is equal to 167117 and 43 is equal to 818796
I can easily find the value using fuzzy search, but it requires too much time.
The address is not static, and i can't even search for a part of it.
Group search is not possible, because near values are different between devices.
I tried using pointer scan, but there are no pointers for it.
is there something else i can try?
I would like to create a script for it.
Is there anyone who can help me?
thank you in advance!
GameGuardian's API already has big amount of useful functions that can be used in scripts. I want to offer a new function/method to extend GG scripts possibilities.
It is not uncommon situation when user needs to perform an action with a few elements from the list (search results / saved list / memory editor). In this case, user selects desired elements and performs desired actions afterwards, doing all of these manually. This is usually fine, but sometimes user may need to perform some non-standard operations which involve elements selection (saving desired elements in specific format; performing some operations on selected elements; analyzing "behaviour" of desired elements keeping other ones in the list, etc). This is where automation with the use of scripts will come in handy.
First step for making this possible may be adding of the function(s) to get selected elements from search results, saved list, memory editor.
Possible prototype for such function may be:
mixed getSelectedElements ( int source ) where parameter "source" can be one of the following constants: GG_SEARCH _RESULTS; GG_SAVED_LIST; GG_MEMORY_EDITOR;
and returned value will be a table with selected elements or string with error (if one can occur).
Another option is 3 functions, each of which will be intended for getting selected elements from corresponding sources. This approach may help to avoid complexity with fields of a table that will be returned (fields will probably vary depending on the source).
Here are possible prototypes:
mixed getSelectedResults() -- for search results mixed getSelectedListItems() -- for saved list mixed getSelectedElements() -- for memory viewer/editor Any of these options can provide the possibility to get selected elements from a script.
Choose elements to perform actions with, trigger required operations and that's it, other elements won't be "touched", they will remain in the list (if it's search results or saved list, because memory viewer is not a customizable list).
P. S. Some "trigger of action" when GG interface is active may be needed for comfortable work with this function(s). I think that some solution can be found, hence this should not be a big problem.